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S11: Hydrogen Materials and Economy

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Hydrogen is a key source of fuel for use in a wide range of energy conversion technologies. Hydrogen, as produced domestically from fossil fuels as well as from renewable sources, can be stored in gas, liquid and solid forms. Because hydrogen can effectively be used to produce significant amounts of energy through environmentally friendly chemical reactions, there is considerable work in progress to develop the infrastructure, materials and systems, for efficient, effective and safe storage and transfer of hydrogen. This track focuses on materials toward developing the infrastructure for hydrogen energy conversion technologies including the below proposed sessions.

 

Proposed Session Topics:

  • Separation
  • Absorption, catalysis and methods for enhancing interactions
  • Interactions with and effects on materials for storage and transfer
  • Storage and transfer materials and methods
  • Analytic methods for characterization of storage and transfer systems

 

Organizer and Point of Contact:

Steven Tidrow, Frostburg State University, USA

 

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